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EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOBUlt M, 1895
I.M'llli: CIMM.IIIIA IIOM'll'.l I.. I
Slmctipllitn f Mm rrrnliiirnl UiiimIj
Work liy llu AllrnilniilK,
A v sit w s iimdu to the oliolonv
inospital by u representative of thu
DuMiKtin on Thuisduy Inst. Ono
5s iinm"tHitoly struck by llio Horn
rnV tisly olonn condition of every
thing lit nt Hi" proinis' s.
Tho rooihodof tienttneiilof cho
lera patients whs minuloly ex
plained. Tlio sull'oror was fir.t
taken to tho receiving room whoro
all cloth ii g was romovod, clean
jnightclothos, properly disinfected,
tuimslud. mid the primary tio.it
ment with tnnio ncid solution
given. From thi room, which
18 nt tin imikni end nf olio of tlio
two long buildings used for
patients before either do id or
convalescent, tlio sick ones wcio
takou to ono nf tho other twonty
one npaitinonts and there tlio
cnurso of trentinont wascontinuod.
When tho lbieo of the disoaso had
bo u broken nnd iminediite dan
ger passed they woro t;ikon to tho
convalescent ward, whoro they re
mained until discharged. Tlio
.convnloscont wind is sopniato
from other structures, as is tho
ono containing tho largo room
known as tho "inorguo" whoro
"bodies woro laid cut after death.
Tho two main hospital build
ang aio just alike, long, low
afl'aiis, standing side by sido and
containing olevon rooms ouch.
Tlioy aio numbered one totwouty
two. No. 1 is tho receiving
zoom. Father Valentino occupied
Nn.'JU and C.L.Dodge died in No.ili.
Prank Godfrey wan placod in tho
large room adjoining tho inorguo.
Thoro is no communication be
tween tho two rooms; no door or
window; so that Mr. Godfrey's
.story of "sleeping next to c.ida
vor's ' loses all its grucsomoncss
when otio loarus the real facts.
The origin of tho ' burying
alivo"yrn is as follows: A Jnpi
noso pntif.it died and sotno little
tinio afterward the condition of
tho body, whilo lying in tho
inoigup, cau-ed a muscular con
traction, very slight and a very
common occurronco. Gndfroy
went in to look at tho corpse and
immediately repotted that the
in an was not (load, as he had
scon him move. Tho matter was
soon explained. The medicine
which the natives called "poison"
was a simplo mixture of brandy
Ono uf the eil'ects of choleraic
troublo is to impoverish tho
."bloou. through removal of tho
valine matter it contains. A
hypodormic ii'jccti"ii of neutral
dalts aids in restoring its condi
tion. For oijiht dayB aftor tho
ontry of the first caso Chas.
J. Whitney was in charge.
Aftor thnt Armstrong Smith su
porintonded, and Mr. Whitnty be
can.o hi" ussistant. TliOhO first
oight days woro n terrific strain
on the systems of the nurscs.inan
.ager and, in fact, all connected
"with tho hospital. H.ird work.j
loss of sleep, and almost total lack
of proper rest, wore them out ono
-and till. Besides, the disagroenblo
iiatuio of tho labor only aggra
vated tho arduousuess of the task.
In spito of this, thoro was no
-complaining, no shirking of tho
porformanco of any duty, no
.matter how mouial or rovoltiugits
mature. Especial praiso is duo to
ihe entiro force.
All the doctois, patients and
others spoak in glowing terms of
'.Mr. "Whitney, who had suoli a
sovero burden laid upon him; of
Dr. Myors, Messrs. Gibson and
Lawrence; of Ii ui'-n and Lizzio,
who did splendid work amongst
tho natives, On August HI, a
c.is-o came in during thu ovening,
and three more botweon ton and
jlevon tho noy.t morning. Mr. "W h it
'll ey altoudtd thorn all, without
skep or food. As to the physioians,
they all did everything po'-siblo,
mi uy of thorn overworking them
selves to a degree which seriously
endangered their health.
Tho hospitals and grounds aio
now opon to inspection. During
and after tho progress of the
disease i very nrticlo of clothing
and anything which could pos
sibly have bfcniiio contaminated
woro totally destroyed by firo and
Thanks are due to tho attend
vants for kind attention shown.
A moibid nppotito for strong
.'drinl; (alcohol) by drinking our
tnild, refreshing Soattlo Beor. On
draught at Criterion.
1 I I F II
I Ul''ll I wUlWO
Itido your Wheels oasy
for a fow days, so ns to
koep thorn in good con
dition to Bell second hand,
for as soon as you soo tho
famous "Stearns" cyclo,
you will want ono, nnd
you will want to get nil
you can for your old
wheel from some ono who
can't afl'ird to rido such a
high grade wheol as tho
Wo have twenty ono
(211 whools on tho bark
"Albert" now two weoks
out from S. F., and mo
aro going to soil wheels,
DON'T FORGET IT. .
Oui prices nnd forms
aio going to bo in hoop
ing with the times, and
you will bo ablo to get a
high grade wheel at a
"bod rock" price
Watch for tho "Yellow Follow."
IS. 0. ilall & Son.
Audita for K. U. Stearin A: Co.
A Naturally Boiled
AVator, pronounced by
peoplo who know to bo
tho best on tho Market.
This Wator received
tho vory highost award
nt tho i .
As a Tnblo Boverngo,
is a favorito nnd oasily
loads all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wholesale nnd retail agouU for tlicUn.
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I iipr 4- 'zzst..i, E -- i ' " wBia
f3U juiihiibly know what it is to scatter sowing, books, papors
and sundries on shelves, bureaus and wherevor is most con
venient. This has boon the caso with many peoplo because thoy
havo not boon nblo to socuro tables at anything like roasnnnblo
prices. Wo soil you tables with tops '212x22 inches, elegantly finish
ed and durable, for 2.00. You've paid double the inonoy forsorao
thing of half tho vnluo and then stoppod buying becauso you con
sidered youisolf sold. Wo do not confine oursolvos to this cheap
lino but havo them in every conceivable stylo. Heavy qunrtorod
oal; with handsoinoly ciuvod legs and brass mountings. Dining
tables in endless vaiiety in oither oak or walnut.
Wo also carry a huge stock of chairs suitiblo for any room in tho
houes. As with tho tables tho price depends largely upon tho qua
lity; wo havo no oh1 stock so that ago of tho goods makes no dif
ference in tho prico. "Wo do not keop furniture long onough for
pieces to got old. Tho only goods of thnt character soon in our store
is what iiooplo havo bought olsowhero and brought to us to havo made
ovor. Wo havo an upholstery department in which work of the
finest character isdone. Perhaps you've noticed olegantly upholster
ed Couches in tho show rooiiT. and thought thoy woro rondo abroad I
Thoy nro tho work of our men and we feol a just pride in turning
out work that compnros favorably with that mado iu tho lnrgost
factories in the United Stains.
JlUR nun since the or-
has beon to supply the
liooplo of Honolulu with
first class furniture at a
in odium price. The
giow tli of tho business is
tho best ovidenco wo can
oflbr as a verification
that wo havo nover di
verged from our motto.
In this advertisement
wo call your nttontiou in
a gouornl way to tho var
ious articlos of furnitiuo
wo carry by submitting
a fow dosigns of pieces
that should bo in every
China Cmmets arn as
much in demnnd as bod
steads, they nro no long
er in tho list of luxuries;
tho ornzo for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
n brae, and the desire to
keop them in a convon
iont placo for Bhowinq
toono'sfrionds, has made
tho China closet indis
pensable AVo have them
in various styles, single
or double, for wall or
cornor. TUoso in an
tique oak aro fashionablo
& bocauso thoy aro
ablo, tlio durability of
he finish on oak
eH'oct of making them ul
ways appoar new.
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?HE utter impossibility of an attempt to havo n din
ing room woll furnished without a sideboard lms
boon demonstrated in half the homes in Honolulu.
Thoro is no necessity for anyone going without ono
WllOll tllOV lmvn ii sfnn'.- lil-n (iuru (,. ,1 ...... V... rni,
ono shnwn is of quarter, d
u.m I'luuui uuvoi jiuuo
sideboards iimnlo nniifn
stock of plain oak sideboards has never been oqunlled
NE bureau is scarcolv ado-
5;2? quato to hold all tho shirts.
undorwonr, etc., i.f 11 gcutleunui
nnd wife; two bureaus in a room
nittko it lop-sided particuhuly
when they are not tho same pat
tom. A CiiliTOMEit, no mntter
what tho design or color, adds
finish to tho room just ns a piano
doos to a parlor.
it may sound egotistical, but wo
boliovo wo havo tho Iiugost stock
of those articles to select from
outsido San Fraucisco.
Oak is tho stylo oftonost selected
for tho samo reason ns given re
garding Chinn closets, but with
our stock thero is no limit as to
stylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash,
it is ull the same, wo can supply
them in twonty odd styles. "Wo
havo them with or without toilots;
plain top and with either Gorman
or Frouch bevel mirrors, and
polished or varnishod surfneo.
Tho half dozen drawors iu a
Chiffonier mnke it possible to
soparato the clothes nnd keep thorn
always in place. If youhnvo ever
had ono you know tho vnluo; if
you have not got ono while tho
prico is bolow bed-rock.
IJjUll hnir mattresses are mado
ings, bound witu tlio uost
deep, stitohod twico around.
Mattrossos mado of moss have the same euro on our part ns
thobO of hair. Tho differonco iu prico is accounted for by the dif
ference botwoon moss and hair. This work has tho attention of
oxporioncod upholstorers, and no bettor mattresses can be bought
anywhoro than wo nuiko. The prices aro goornod by tho size of
the beds and number of pounds of hair us-d.
Oik sitin polish finish and
giass. in uie inglior priced
a -McwvuiX f..- oil, .,., ,,.. rt..
usssr wZsss-t '
up in tho best quality of tick
bed laeo, liavo borders 1 incues
imtk M iff
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